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7th Annual Movie Night
Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017 - Social Hour: 6 pm
Movie: 7 pm -- World’s Fastest Indian
with Anthony Hopkins


1926 Pontiac Donated to the Museum


This 1926 Pontiac was recently donated to the Museum by Robert Falleur of Milwaukie, Oregon. The car is very rare as it was produced the very first year that Pontiac went into production.  It has 29,300 original miles with all original paint, interior and motor. We are very grateful to have such a rare and original automobile in the Museum Collection.


Adopt a Museum Vehicle

Our Museum has some vehicles that need your help. A program is starting where one or more members could adopt a vehicle and get it operational and then maintain it on a quarterly basis. If called upon, you will be asked to drive the vehicle around Powerland and at events at other locations. For example, last year the 1909 Cadillac was worked on by a group of members and went to Forest Grove and Northwest Concourse and was driven around at Steam-Up. As we have found, and as many of you know, the more the vehicle is maintained the more valuable it is and the more fun it is to drive and have people look at it and enjoy.

Below is a list of the vehicles that have been donated to the Museum, please look at the list and see if you may be interested in adopting one and taking care of it. There will need to be a lead member just to record the work and make the decisions. There will be some funds available for the program, but whatever can be donated will help.

1909 Cadillac   1923 Stutz Roadster   1911 Ford Speedster
1965 Mustang
    1923 Ford Model T Touring      1949 Hudson
 1924 Ford Model T Speedster    1936 Cord Phaeton Convertible
1965 Ford Mustang Convertible        1925 Ford Model T Speedster #4
1926 Ford Model T Speedster # 3     1953 Cushman Mock Scooter

If interested or if you have any questions, please call Steve Johnson at 828-461-8899.    

Have You Gotten a Paver Stone?

One of our most important fundraising activities is our Paver Stone Program. Enshrine your name in the sidewalk in front of the museum. Is it time for you to buy a paver stone? Perhaps that new grandchild needs one, or your new in-laws do. Maybe you have always been meaning to buy one but haven’t gotten around to it? Now is your chance!  You can purchase a personalized paver brick for only $125. Larger company stones are available for $250. Click here to download and print the Paver Stone Order form.

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